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22 Aug

The Golden Orphans by Gary Raymond

Review on BookHugger This is an interesting story, especially if you are familiar with the history of Cyprus ......
22 Aug

Testament by Kim Sherwood

Review on BookHugger This book is immense. In every sense of the word. I fear that my words ...
20 Aug

The Masterpiece by Fiona Davis

Review on BookHugger There are several aspects to this novel that make it a very satisfying and enjoyable ......
19 Aug

Flames by Robbie Arnott

Review on BookHugger Flames is an odd and rather challenging read but it is such a wonderful and ...
19 Aug

The Jacobite’s Wife by Morag Edwards

Review on BookHugger “Lady Winifred has had a troubled childhood. Her mother, father and brother were all imprisoned ......
18 Aug

The Sealwoman’s Gift by Sally Magnusson

Review on BookHugger What an absolute privilege and delight to read this book. It is an original fictional ......
17 Aug

Staying On by C.M. Taylor

Review on BookHugger Tony Metcalf is a Yorkshire man who runs a bar in a mountain village beyond ...
16 Aug

The Lost Letters by Sarah Mitchell

Review on BookHugger I do love a dual timeline story, especially when one of the stories is set ...
14 Aug

The Rules of Seeing by Joe Heap

Review on BookHugger Christopher Booker’s theory that there are only seven basic plots in the whole world has ......
12 Aug

Four by Andy Jones

Review on BookHugger I read and enjoyed a previous book by Andy Jones, Girl 99, so when I ...
12 Aug

Dietland by Sarai Walker

Review on BookHugger I haven’t seen the Dietland television series, so I have had the full unalloyed entertainment ......
11 Aug

The Other Brother by Lauren Baratz Logsted

Review on BookHugger Sex and drugs and rock and roll – is a great track by the late ...
10 Aug

Through His Eyes by Emma Dibdin

Review on BookHugger The lure of Hollywood has always been magnetic, with its glamorous associations with film and ......
10 Aug

Kintu by Jennifer Nansubuga Makumbi

Review on BookHugger I imagine a lot of reviews of Kintu opening with a worthy comment or two ...
09 Aug

Layover by Lisa Zeidner

Review on BookHugger Claire Newbold is floundering, struggling to keep up appearances while teetering on the edge of ......
09 Aug

SECOND OPINION: Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders

Review on BookHugger Winner of the Man Booker Prize 2017, this is Saunders’ first novel, him having been ......
04 Aug

The Address by Fiona Davis

Review on BookHugger The address of the title is the Dakota building in New York and this is ...
03 Aug

De Rightest Place by Barbara Jenkins

Review on BookHugger In an attempt to finally come to terms with the fact that her boyfriend of ...
02 Aug

SECOND OPINION: Only Child by Rhiannon Navin

Review on BookHugger This story starts with Miss Russell, first-grade teacher at McKinley Elementary School, hiding her pupils ......
01 Aug

SECOND OPINION: Lullaby by Leila Slimani

Review on BookHugger “The baby is dead. It only took a few seconds.” This is the shocking, and ...
31 Jul

Cheltenham Literature Festival 2018: First Names Revealed

Article on BookHugger The Times and The Sunday Times Cheltenham Literature Festival has announced some early highlights from ......